My husband really wanted nachos for dinner tonight. Unfortunately, we didn’t have everything we needed to make them. But what we did have was the ingredients to make these apple nachos!
I don’t think this was quite what he had in mind, but it worked out great for me. This is a quick, easy snack and it’s low in points. Plus it’s so cute! I’m also happy I found another way to use PB2.
I used this apple corer/slicer which made it super easy! I’m all about using whatever gadgets I can to make my life easier.
I sliced the apples in half again after I used the corer.
I mixed together 2 tablespoons of PB2 powder and 1 tablespoon water. It wasn’t quite thin enough to drizzle so I added a couple more drops of water.
I’m not usually a fan of dark chocolate but I love the sugar free Hershey’s dark chocolate. I also added mini marshmallows and a tiny bit of crushed peanuts
If you want to make these apple nachos lower in points you could always change up the ingredients.
Personally, I love these apple nachos just the way they are!
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Yield: 2 servings (2 Freestyle points per serving)
- 1 apple (I used a Honeycrisp apple)
- 2 tablespoons PB2 powder
- 1 tablespoon water
- 1 individual Hershey’s sugar free dark chocolate
- 1-2 tablespoons Jet-Puffed Mallow Bits, Vanilla
- 1/2 tablespoon peanuts
- Core and slice the apple. I cut mine into 24 slices.
- In a small bowl stir together PB2 powder and water. You might have to add a few extra drops of water so you’re able to drizzle it on the apples. Dip a fork in the mixture and drizzle it over the apples.
- Microwave the dark chocolate in a small microwave safe bowl. I typically stir the chocolate in 30-second intervals, but since it’s so small it only took 45 seconds to melt. Dip a fork in the chocolate and drizzle it over the apples.
- Add the mallow bits to the apples. Use 1-2 tablespoons depending on how many you want. I stayed closer to 1 tablespoon.
- Put peanuts in a zip-lock bag and smash them with a meat mallet. Add to the apples.